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Browse and buy in mammoth shopping malls as you revamp your wardrobe with trendy designer clothing and stylish brand name accessories, visit illuminated galleries where whitewashed walls are overtaken by the vivid hues of watercolor paintings and landscape photographs, and breathe deeply the fresh country air as you saunter your way around popular golf courses. Auburn lies just south of Seattle and enjoys the same adventurous lifestyle without the chaos of a major conurbation. Lively markets fill outdoor plazas with brightly colored canopies and fully-laden stalls, and lush parks provide an inner-city sanctuary for native wildlife to thrive.

Things to see

You can bet on just about anything inside Auburn’s Muckleshoot Casino. Eyes down, pens at the ready, the bingo hall is packed out on weekend evenings. In the expansive gaming hall, the whirring and clicking of the slot machines is occasionally broken by excited cheers of lucky winners, while in the entertainments theater ladies swoon over scantily-clad Chippendales, and variety acts take to the stage to delight the crowds. Right off 15th Street Southwest, and along aptly-named Outlet Collection Road, Auburn’s largest shopping center, conveniently known as the SuperMall, fills a vast plot of land. Glamorous designers like Michael Kors have set up shop here, their chic window displays tempting local shoppers to step inside, while pro skateboard stores, and fashion forward Victoria’s Secret have their own glamorous window displays. Just north of Auburn town center, you can get off route 167 close to Emerald Downs, one of the USA’s most famous horse racing circuits. Take your pick of events from its jam-packed schedule and place your bets on the runner that takes your fancy. You can watch them thunder past, hooves flying through the soft dirt, from one of the exterior terraces, shielding your gaze from the afternoon sun as you will your horse to the finishing post.

Hotels in Auburn

You don’t have to drive all the way into the center of town to find a choice of hotels in Auburn, although there are few tucked away near the White Valley Museum that are within walking distance of its pretty independent stores. There is, in fact, plenty of accommodation to choose from right next to the Auburn Municipal Airport. Typically, the accommodation here comprises discount hotels and chain inns. The rooms are spacious and modern, with full en-suite bathrooms, flat-screen televisions with satellite or cable, and WiFi to keep you connected during your stay.

Where to stay

Auburn gives the impression of being a little behind the times. Its weathered timber-framed homes have perfectly trimmed lawns, and space to park the obligatory estate car or RV. You’ll find most of its shops on East Main Street, a collection of small, independent shoe stores, colorful hairdresser’s windows, and swinging signs of traditional barber shops. To the east of Auburn, Federal Way is a similar sized town that enjoys prime location on the sweeping curve of Poverty Bay. A labyrinth of streets curves its way along the coast at Redondo Beach, keeping the glittering waters of the Pacific Ocean to the west, and tempting seafood restaurants and verdant parks to its east.

How to get to Auburn

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is a mere 30 minute drive from Auburn, and there are local buses and city shuttles that can whisk you to your hotel in no time. Auburn Municipal Airport, a popular alternative to the busier Seattle-Tacoma, is even closer to the city center, just 5 minutes from downtown. The Auburn Transit Services runs a well-managed bus service throughout the city, and connects the people of Auburn with the busy, cosmopolitan streets of Seattle and Tacoma.

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